Myrtlewood is a rare, slow-growing tree whose wood can be turned into a variety of useful and decorative pieces. It is found only in a small area along the Pacific Coast. Myrtlewood trees have been known to reach heights of 150 feet. After 100 years, a myrtlewood tree may have become large enough for commercial purposes. Craftsmen produce these artifacts from myrtlewood at a variety of small workshops and a few large ones on the Oregon Coast. Myrtlewood items can be purchased at shops along Highway 101.

Myrtlewood Factory Outlet (Garibaldi)
Lakeshore Myrtlewood (Florence)
The Myrtlewood Gallery (Reedsport)
The Real Oregon Gift (North Bend)
House of Myrtlewood (Coos Bay)
Hoffman Memorial State Wayside (Myrtle Point)
Zumwalt's Myrtlewood (Bandon)
Coquille Myrtle Grove State Natural Site (Powers)
A and T Myrtlewood (Sixes)
Wooden Nickel (Port Orford)
Rogue River Myrtlewood Shop (Gold Beach)